Yuzu Sencha

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Green Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Ryan MacMichael
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 45 sec

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  • “The other day I bought a few different loose teas from unidentified brands in bulk at Wegman's, and this is one of the teas that I know to be Ito En. The citrus smell is there in the dry leaf but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A light and refreshing first steep. The subtle citrus hints would make this a good "first timer" introduction to senchas for those used to Chinese greens and whites.” Read full tasting note
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Yuzu, a Japanese citrus similar to a Meyer lemon, adds a refreshing tartness to Japanese sencha.

Approx. servings
per ounce: 8-10

Brewing Instructions:
tsp: 1
Water: 176 F / 6 oz
Steeping: 2 minutes

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169 tasting notes

The other day I bought a few different loose teas from unidentified brands in bulk at Wegman’s, and this is one of the teas that I know to be Ito En. The citrus smell is there in the dry leaf but is very light, it’s more of a subtle hay like smell with hints of citrus. Upon tasting, this tea is different than what I am used to in a sencha in that it doesn’t really have that vegetal flavor, it’s just a pure buttery flavor with light citrus undertones and it makes for a very tasty cup.

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82
64 tasting notes

A light and refreshing first steep. The subtle citrus hints would make this a good “first timer” introduction to senchas for those used to Chinese greens and whites.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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